ISES-Corvinus now accepting applications for Fall 2011 semester
The Institute for Social & European Studies, Corvinus University of Budapest, located in Kőszeg, Hungary, is now accepting applications for the upcoming Fall semester beginning September 2011.
Masters Programme (MA), International Economic Relations with a special focus on European Integration Studies
Since 2005, the ISES-Corvinus Masters programme in International Economic Relations, with a special focus on European Integration Studies, has provided students from around the world with the opportunity to obtain theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of international relations and economics, regional and global studies, political science, sociology, European culture and history.
Upon completion of the programme, students will receive a unique degree that is recognized as being achieved at a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence institution, supported by Corvinus University of Budapest, one of the highest ranked universities in Central Europe. Obtaining an MA International Economic Relations degree from ISES-Corvinus will be highly advantageous in our current world system of global economics, business and political affairs
For more information regarding this Masters programme, please contact Anett Horváth, Academic Coordinator of the programme at email@example.com or via telephone: +36 94 563 055.
Application deadline: 15 September 2011
(Fall Semester begins 3 October 2011)
Postgraduate Programme, Cultural Heritage Management & Sustainable Development
The ISES-Corvinus Cultural Heritage Management & Sustainable Development postgraduate programme is unique and the first of its kind in Hungary. It offers students the opportunity to become trained professionals with the skills needed to preserve and protect cultural heritage for future generations.
The programme provides a solid, interdisciplinary foundation for specialization in cultural heritage, management and sustainable development. ISES-Corvinus, a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence, was recently awarded a UNESCO Chair in Cultural Heritage Management.
For more information regarding this postgraduate programme, please contact Izabella Szász, Academic Coordinator of the programme at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone: +36 94 563 055.
Application deadline: 31 August 2011